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50 years ago Milton Friedman told us greed was good. He was half right

The point is, ladies and gentleman, that greed – for lack of a better word – is good. Greed is right. Greed works. Greed clarifies, cuts through, and captures the essence of the evolutionary spirit. Greed, in all of its fo...

Trading Shares in Australia - What You Need to Know

Experimenting with investments in stocks and shares is an excellent way to make money and strengthen your wealth portfolio. However, a lot of people have almost no idea how to get started in this area. If you’re new to th...

Best Japanese gifts for the family

When in Japan, know about its gifting culture to touch the right chord. A little research about Japanese gifts presentable to a family can help in averting embarrassments. So, we bring you here the best Japanese gifts that y...

The Importance of Customer Feedback for Your Online Business

Your perception of your business is unique. It has helped you build up your brand and establish your presence online, and above all, it has become the main way to connect with your target audience. What your brand perception...

The Studio, Australia’s leading creative and technology incubator, launches new Founders’ Program

Since launching operations in the Sydney Startup Hub on the 1st of March 2018, The Studio has incubated more than 80 startups that have collectively attracted A$41 million in investments and created hundreds of new jobs...

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Bega Cheese’s Zack Chisholm named APAC CIO of the Year

Infor, a global leader in business cloud software specialised by industry, today announced Bega Cheese Limited chief information officer Zack Chisholm as the recipient of its first CIO of...

Best Japanese gifts for the family

When in Japan, know about its gifting culture to touch the right chord. A little research about Japanese gifts presentable to a family can help in averting embarrassments. So, we bring you ...

Here are three ways to fix it

For two decades now, meaningful tax reform has proved elusive. At the federal level, there hasn’t been any comprehensive reform since the Howard government’s New Tax System of 2000[1], t...

Super funds are feeling the financial heat from climate change

The wild fires that have ravaged the US west coast, turning skies orange, are a lurid reminder that climate change looms ever larger as an economic threat. This week has seen a flurry of ann...

The Importance of Customer Feedback for Your Online Business

Your perception of your business is unique. It has helped you build up your brand and establish your presence online, and above all, it has become the main way to connect with your target a...

Packform, a company accelerating in the sphere of digital innovation

Packform Steals the Show Once Again   Packform, a company accelerating in the sphere of digital innovation, has further established its position as a startup to watch after being named ...

The Studio, Australia’s leading creative and technology incubator, launches new Founders’ Program

Since launching operations in the Sydney Startup Hub on the 1st of March 2018, The Studio has incubated more than 80 startups that have collectively attracted A$41 million in investment...

an employer who cares about the environment, society and you

ShutterstockWe spend, on average, about 90,000 hours at work. Given this, most of us want work that’s more than just a source of income. We want work that’s satisfying, significant, v...

3 Low-Tech Gadgets for Small Business Safety

If you don’t, you may hurt your business, and you may face legal suits. But you don't need to spend big on high-tech safety equipment. Often, low-tech gadgets offer more reliable safety than ...

JANA appoints new Head of Insurance Strategy

Australia’s largest investment consulting firm JANA has created a new role of Head of Insurance Strategy, appointing Greg Wilkinson to lead expanded insurance advisory services across the s...

Five months since the forced switch to remote work, employers have a ways to go

Study: Almost half of Aussie workers are in the dark on how their organisation will survive COVID-19   New research released today by Wrike has found only a little over half (53%) of Aus...

Australian Tourism Industry Council seeks Backpacker Visa extension

ATIC calls for 12-month visa extension for remaining Backpackers   The Australian Tourism Industry Council (ATIC) has called for a 12-month visa extension for all remaining backpackers i...

why bullion is still a safe haven in times of crisis

Shutterstock“Gold” said famed investor Warren Buffett in 1998, “gets dug out of the ground in Africa or someplace, then we melt it down, dig another hole, bury it again and pay ...

Keep on Trucking: 7 Different Types of Truck Drivers

Are you thinking of becoming a truck driver, but aren't sure which type to become? Did you know that 8.9 million people in the U.S. have a job in the trucking industry? In this article, e...

10 Useful Business Tips from Online Casinos

The online casino business is seeing a big boom and is taking a major share of the gambling market. It is very popular in the United Kingdom and closely follows the top gambling options like ...

Are your devices spying on you? Australia's very small step to make the Internet of Things safer

ShutterstockFrom internet-connected televisions, toys, fridges, ovens, security cameras, door locks, fitness trackers and lights, the so-called “Internet of Things” (IoT) promises to ...

The sackings at Rio look like a victory for shareholders, but...

In the coming days thousands of (digital) column inches are going to be devoted to the idea that institutional shareholders acted decisively to force the resignation of Rio Tinto chief executive ...

Why heads rolled at Rio Tinto

Outraged investors have forced the board of Rio Tinto to sack its chief executive Jean-Sebastien Jacques along with two of the senior executives partially responsible for the destruction of the J...

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